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Issue #5 of Enter magazine from March 1984. Inside Story, Feedback, Q&A (speech synthesiers, built-in modems, memory size of Cray supercomputers, Franklin Ace 100 light pen), The Disappearing T.I. Computer, Random Access (Daughter Knows Best), Bits (Heavy Metal Musician, Zoo Love, 64 Pick Up, Frock Talk, Lights! Action! Joystick!, Computer Campus, Bit Parts), Computer Contests, Computerized Pizza, Fast-Talking Video Games, A Novel Idea, Vocational Video, If A Computer Answers Hang Up), User Views (Dreadnaught Factor, Kaboom!, Rip-Off, Quick Step, Choplifter), Caught In The Act: The Youngest Milwaukee 414 Tells His Story, How Break-Ins Happen: And How They're Being Stopped, Going Straight: A Hacker Turns from the 'Dark Side of the Force', Arcade '84: Lasers Lead The Way, Computer Camps: Getting The Bugs Out Of Your Summer Selection, The Making of TV's 'Whiz Kid': Matthew Laborteaux Learns While He Earns, Behind the Screens: A High-Tech Trio Makes Ralf Run, High-Tech Hit Maker: Arthur Baker Users Computers to Create Beat-Box Records, New Edition Rocks to Beat Box, When These Kids Talk, Atari Listens, BASIC Training (Right Stuff for Atari, Flashing Apple, Ship-Shape for TRS-80, Video Valentine for T.I., Self Portrait for IBM-PC, Solution to Challenge #1: TRS-80 & Commodore, Challenge #2: Greetings!, State of the Art: The Search for Life in Space, Game Plan, Pencil Crunchers, Input, Next, Answers.
Collection enter-magazine; computermagazines